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Almost ten years ago I married a widower. He had two adult daughters with families of their own. He hadn't been widowed for very long, and his girls weren't ready for him to even think of remarrying.
They said exactly the same thing that you just did, that they felt like they lost their dad when they lost their mom.
My husband also put away the photos that included his late wife because he felt it wan't fair to me to keep them out.(We did however offer them to his girls, who took them but were very huffy about it.)
I don't know why your dad hasn't told you where your mom's ashes are (could it be that he thinks you won't approve?) but I can tell you this -- he knows that you are angry, and that is quite likely why he is avoiding you.
It took over nine years for the rift between my husband and I and his girls to completely heal. The youngest in particular showed bitterness toward us for the longest time, and accused her dad of rejecting her, when in fact he was terribly hurt by her anger and how they had turned on him.
You don't want that.
Here are my suggestions. It is very fortunate that you feel positive about his new wife. Could you speak to her about this? I bet she knows where your mom's ashes are, or she can persuade your dad to tell you. Ditto for the photos. I imagine they are just put away some where.
The other posibility, and maybe you would want to try this first, is writing to your dad about this. Maybe that way you could present your feelings calmly, and that might be a more successful approach.

Your dad is trying to build a new life. It doesn't mean that he didn't love your mom, or you, but he needs to live in the present, and he just wants you to be happy for him. He may not understand your anger, or may be misinterpreting it.
I honestly think that this is something that can be worked out.
I would be glad to "talk" with you by private message if you feel that I can help you by doing so.
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MARYGEM I am so sorry for your loss and the pain that you are feeling! The first anniversary of a loved one's death is especially difficult. How good of your niece to help you face the prospect of visiting your sister's grave.
Over six years ago I lost my beloved son at age 21. Believe me, I would have taken his place in an instant if I could have. He had so much yet to live for, and like your sister, was an extraordinary person who touched many people deeply.
I compare losing someone that you love so dearly to having a limb amputated. At the time it is agony, and even long after there can be incredible pain where the loss occured. While we will never be the same, over time the pain becomes a little less intense, and we can somehow eventually learn how to manage, though it may take a long time.
I am sure that it is impossible for you to imagine things ever being less hurtful. For now, just putting one foot in front of the other every day is an accomplishment, and you are doing that, one day at a time.
I try to be inspired by my son's life. I still miss him terribly, but the memories don't hurt as much as they used to do.
I believe that we are both still here for a reason, and that finding that reason can help us keep going. Wishing you comfort and peace for the future.
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To all those grieving-I know how it feels to lose a loved one and my heart and prayers go out to all of you. My brother was killed on purpose(murdered)and I was at the scene as a 12 yr. old. Its a very tough situation and something our family hasn't dealt with yet since 1 week later we had to put it out of our heads and celebrate my sisters wedding. Its just something we never discuss. On top of that I was being sexually abused at the time and couldn't discuss that either. Let me tell you how these issues can really mess up a person. There have been many times I have been suicidal because of the magnitude of the problems. But time, prayer,and lots of therapy you do get better. Just know that others here have gone through tough situations too and with help and support you will get better. We care.
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emoticon BETSYPASS,

As you can tell from the previous posts, you are not alone with grieving. It is a procees to grieve a loved one that is unique and individual depending on one's circumstances.

Have you let your doctor and therapist know about the "funk" you have recently been experiencing? Perhaps a simple adjustment of your meds. could be helpful.

I am sure your work situation is also complicating both your grieving and the funk you are in. Have you been able to understand why you are miserable in your current job right now? 10 years at one job is a long time and certainly speaks volumes about your dedication and character regarding loyalty. It is tough to want to switch jobs, especially given the current economic situation.

Ordinarily, I would say go with your heart and take a risk, but the job market is not real stable at this point. You have to weigh other factors such as finances and emotional health. Starting at entry level is not uncommon switching fields but often volunteer work is considered valuable helping to move up quickly, at least it was when I worked and changed carreer paths. As, I mentioned earlier keep in mind the economy.

I worked in the banking industry for 10 years when I maved my move to counseling with a non-profit organization. It was a real hard decision to make - starting out entry level, taking a pay cut, and becoming acquainted with all new people. But I followed my dream and in the end it was totally worth it. Would I do it again given the current economy, to be honest I don't know.

Keep processing it through with your therapist and here to get more feed-back.

Hope this helped a tad to moving toward a better direction today. We are all in this together and if nothing else - sharing helps process information as well as lighten the load.

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Good Morning,

I can feel everyone's hurt, pain, and confusion in here this morning.

PEDODGEBALL - What funk are you in, can you be more specific? Is it time to call your therapist to share or be evaluated?

Mary - I am sorry about the loss of your sister. She sounds like one very special lady - I am struggling to find the words that could lift your sad heart a bit. I am wondering if you sat and let your sister speak to your heart - what would she say to you right now?

Do you have a therapist that you can work through your feelings of grief with?
You took one big step to working through your feelings by visiting your sister's marker. I am sure that was hard and overwhelming for you, but at the same time therapeutic. I visited my dad's grave almost weekly for a year. I would just sit there crying and pouring my soul out to him. Somewhere during this process I gained the strength to carry on holding him closely in my heart daily. I have faith that you will get strong and carry on your sister's memory in your daily walk.

Trace - I am sorry for the circumstances you find yourself facing with your mom's death. Could it be that it is too painful for your dad to deal with? Hopefully in time your dad will come to realize that you need him and the importance of you having the memories through pictures, knowing where she is resting, and through current family connections. Sounds like his current wife would be supportive when the right time comes to address this.

Do you think you can move forward and have closure or at least some sense of peace without your father's involvement.

My thoughts and prayers are with each one struggling today. We are here if you need to share more.

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I'm having a really difficult time right now. I am on medicine(Lexapro), but just recently, I've been in a bad funk. I think it's because I am miserable at my job. I know that I need to find a new one, but it's hard, because I've been at my current employer for ten years. Plus, I want to switch to the nonprofit field, and it's hard because I only have volunteer experience in that arena.

I also think my husband is losing patience with me. I was depressed all last year, because I lost my Mom unexpectedly. However, I read the Spark at the beginning of the year and was so energized by it; I decided to make 2010 a new year for me. However, recently I've been sucked back into the sadness.

Anyway, I just needed to share this pain that I'm experiencing.

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Hi, so sorry to hear of your situation, althought I can't relate know that we are all here for you.
I also want to just get this out of my system, I am in such a funk it scares me, any suggestions from anyone who feels or has felt the same way.

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Hi Mary

I lost my mum 5 years ago and the pain never truly leaves you. But in your heart you know that the person you lost would want you to go on and be the best you that you can be.

I have an issue with my dad. He remarried just 1 year after my mum died. He got rid of all of the family photographs (even ones taken by my grandparents from holidays when I was young) and I still do not know what actually happened to my mum's ashes. I have tried to speak to him but get too angry to be able to get anywhere with him because he just shrugs off the questions. He doesn't see any of the family any more, and apart from me and my brother, only one other person has met his new wife. (she is a lovely lady and we get on well)

I have probably spent less than an hour talking to him since Christmas and he is often visiting his wife's family near by, but never calls to see me.

I feel like I lost my dad when I lost my mum.

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Hello, Mary!I am deeply sorry for your loss. I know only some about losing a person that you really trust and share with her all your emotions and secrets and it is difficult and hurts a lot. I can only imagine your pain. Welcome here and whatever you need you can find plenty of support and help at least when you want to talk about it...
Welcome again and my best thoughts are to you!!

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Hi my name is Mary My47 year old sister died of ovarian cancer
A year ago I lost my Sister,bestfriend and keeper of my deepest secrets.For the very first time my awesome neice Christina Helpped my overcome my greatest fear and took me to Ginny,s grave.I was unable until today.I sat down beside Ginnys Grave marker gently touch the ground where she lay.My head screaming why her and not me.We both have different cancers yet God took her instead.I desperately wanted to take her place while watching the life slowly leaving her.She deserved a Miracle Her Deeply devoted husband Gord deserved a Miracle as well as her beautiful daughters and family and friends all deserved a Miracle.I you knew my sister you would agree she was A quiet gentle spirit who didnt only teach her loving ways but lived her life with grace love and tenderness toward all who crossed her path.I miss her Just as much today as I did when she slipped away,leaving my heart shattered beyond any hope of repair.

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Note: I changed my user name from fox_teacher to shala77.

Thank you so much for the encouragement yesterday. I had a much better day after reading your responses, and my weekend turned out to be quite productive and positive. Here's hoping the work week turns out well, too...

flylady.com is amazing! What a great resource for helping those of us living in c.h.a.o.s. (can't have anyone over syndrome - love that acronym).

Thanks again!

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SHADOW There is a Relationships thread in the Problem Solving forum at the bottom of the team page if that would be a more comfortable place to share, but you are always welcome to write about whatever you want to here as well.
I am available by SparkMail if you need someone to "listen," or I'm sure any of the leaders would be there for you if there is someone else you would be comfortable.
It is up to you how much you want to tell, of course, but just know that we are here for you!
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Sorry you are having a tough time but glad you are here and talking to us we are here for everyone and it does not always involve mental health. stay well.

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Julie - welcome to SP and welcome to our Team. This thread is a great place for you to come to for feedback, to vent, or whatever. It is good to see you:-) As has been mentioned, what you experienced isn't uncommon after a Psych. Evaluation. My experience was that after that, things got easier.

FOX_TEACHER - good for you re the charting. Have you also been charting what you have been doing during the day? This can also affect how we feel. I know this is far more easily said than done, but PLEASE DO NOT compare yourself to other people. We are all individuals with individual needs. It is more than likely that the other people you are comparing yourself to are emotionally and physically well, so they have a much greater headstart on you. The best way to dig yourself out of the physical disaster is to start with a little bit in a corner, and gradually work your way around. Just do it a bit at a time as you feel up to it. If you have family or friends around you, perhaps you could tell them that you desparately need some help, and ask if they are able to help you - even for just a morning or afternoon. You will be surprised at what can be achieved. You can even have some fun doing it. Linda has also made some good suggestions.

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Thanks for all the ideas and support but ths has nthinh to do with weight loss, it is a personal relationship

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Hi and welcome to the team, I think you need to be easier on yourself and stop comparing yourself to others. If you are having a rough time emotionally, and lacking sleep you need to take some time out and just take care of YOU. Have you tried relaxation exercises to help you sleep. I have trouble sleeping alot and the only thing that works for me is sleeping meds but sometimes you don't have to resort to that. Sometimes just keeping a journal next to your bed and jotting down your thoughts can take your mind of things so you can sleep. As far as the house goes. Just do a little at a time and don't think of the whole thing at once but breaking it down into smaller jobs helps. I like flylady.net for helping you get a handle on a cluttered house. She sends you emails on what to do each day. I don't need her anymore but it taught me the basics. Keep on posting and I wish you the best.
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I had a really rough week emotionally. I've been charting stress, sleep, self-esteem, and energy levels and they are all over the place!!

Today, and most days, I feel overwhelmed. I keep comparing myself to other people - and not measuring up. My house is a disaster and I have so much to do; I don't know quite how to dig myself out.





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emoticon Julie,

First let me emoticon you to spark and also the dealing with depression team and having a hard day thread. STORMFAN gave you excellant feed-back and seeing I don't know you yet I don't know what more to add that are specific to you.

I do know that as you keep sharing and reading the other's posts on the team you will find many who have been exactly where you are and pulled through.

Give the team a chance to support you and keep sharing as often as you need to. Sharing more about yourself or specific situations allows for more feedback. Let us know if we can be of more help.

I know that going through a psyche eval. can be draining and tiring so try not to be too hard on yourself. Do you have any plans for the week-end. This may help booster your mood.

We are here for you and do care.

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Julie you have given me a stark reminder of how my days used to go, I would start out great, full of energy, drive and determination but come three or four and I was in the gutter in a very big way.

I agree that it feels terrible but if you can determine when it happens to you it becomes more predictable and so not so horrible.

I am not sure if you have done work such as developed a WRAP, the information for that can be googled, or developed an individual crisis plan but can tell you it is helpful. So take heart it is all time limited. (love my friend that always reminded me of that)

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I went to my pyc evalution this morning and felt great, everything was fine, now I have hit bottom for no reason and just hate life, why does this happen?

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I don't have alot planned for today but I do have to go to the store to get a few things for some recipes. I have to clean a little too and maybe get the laundry done. The sun is finally out !!! It has rained here for a week or more. I am happy to see the sunshine. Hope everyone has a great day!!
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JJ090688 - do you have a therapist? If you do, then perhaps the Therapist could contact your prescribing Dr (with your permission). If not, then I would suggest asking the Dr for a referral to a Psychiatrist! If the Psychiatrist you saw previously still works in your area, then you MAY be able to skip that referral part, and contact them directly. They are able to make a qualified diagnosis AND prescribe meds if that is what is required. Sometimes ordinary family Dr's don't have a very good understanding of Depression, and some can be a little too blasé about it all. I would consider changing your Doctor - Depression is, after-all a very serious condition and not to be taken lightly. Make sure that you keep a diary about how you are feeling, what has happened, your thoughts, and what you have done to try to resolve them. Take this diary with you to any appointment you have. If you keep it on a spreadsheet on your computer and print it out when you go.(easiest in columns for date/mood-type/what has happened/what you did/did it help/general comments) all you need do is put a few words - don't have to bother about sentences. This can save THEM time, and they can keep it on their file and you still have your copy.

Take care, and keep in touch.

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JJ I think an appointment with a therapist is the place to start. I am sorry a physician told you such an insensitve thing but they are not well trained on mental health issues. Take care of yourself.

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no history with drugs i think its cause i made it through college without them and now i need them again. i think its triggered by lack of schedule and isolation plus a downer whiney child bf who i can't seem to dump. gonna see if work helps it at all and if not i'm gonna try and get an appointment with my old shrink to see if she can help.

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JJ I agree with LINDAB, that you need to see another doctor, and preferably a psychiatrist, as they are the MDs who specialize in depression and antidepressant meds. Insist on getting a referral to a p-doc, and you should get it. If not, then I would consider changing your MD for one who has more compassion.
Family doctors receive very little training in mental health concerns, and their opportunities to update that training tend to be far and few between, and that is why going to a p-doc is most often a good idea.
Here is another thought though -- do you think returning home could be part of the reason that your depression is returning? If so, and there are issues at home that you need to work through, maybe seeing a therapist would be helpful.
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JJ-I would go to a Phy.Dr. and tell him how you're feeling, I don't know why a dr.would say you just want the drugs when you don't exactly get high on them or anything. Do you have a drug problem in the past? If you need a referral to a Pdr. go to a different doctor until you find one who will listen to you. You deserve to feel better and medicine should work when you find the right combination for you.

I rested alot today and did the 3 things you suggested Vicki and also got all my vacuuming done throughout the house, now its just make dinner,dishes and rest more in front of the t.v. tonight. I'm sure the rest will do me good today.
Have a good evening everyone.
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today i went to the doctor because my depression has returned since i moved home from college. my dr told me that she didn't feel i still needed my meds and that i just wanted the drugs. Yet everyday its hard to get out of bed, hard to go outside, even hard to see my horses who i moved back here to ride daily. nothing holds my interest and i just feel like nobody cares or notices, then again i guess people have to do more than yell at you to notice your upset... I just don't know what to do anymore

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Hi everyone! Sleeping because we are tired or exhausted is actually very good for you. Do manage to get up and accomplish at least 3 things for the day. Don't think they have to be monumental projects. Sometimes just a shower, dressing and eating a healthy meal are the best you can do. But they are good things.

Take a look at your "Good for ME" list and remind yourself of something wonderful in your life.

Hope the day continues and grows into a soothing calming thing for you. You matter. I care.

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Oh, I have just got off my bed after ages of sleeping, but I also feel exhausted!!!I try to make little steps for the day, because I have to do so many things and I don't know if I will manage them!!
Anyway, if you are going for sleeping could you sleep a couple hours for me, too??
Have a nice day, all!!!I will definitely try to fix mine!!!

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Good Morning to all, I think I need to go back to bed for the third time today. I can't wake up or I'm just exhausted. It might be that the sun hasn't shined all week but its supposed to be out this weekend.Yeah!! I'm praying for you all then I'm off to bed. take care.... Linda

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Hi WARRIORWOMAN90 - is the Dr you are seeing at the free clinic the Dr who is prescribing your P.meds? Any Dr who has anything to do with medication prescription should take into account other meds you are on, and listen to you when you are describing symptoms, regardless of what it is. When my hubby was seeing a Psychiatrist he asked him what symptoms he was having. Hubby proceeded to tell him, and I actually commented that a couple he had just mentioned we had been told would possibly affect him as a side-effect of a med he had been put on for Chrohn's Disease. They Psychiatrist told me that he needed to know ALL symptoms regardless of where they stemmed from.

I never gained weight at all because of any P.meds I was on, and nor has my hubby. Between us we have been on a fair few. I know a number of others who have been on meds as well - some different ones again, and they also never gained any weight. Because some have a side effect of this, doesn't mean all will. Also, sometimes the weight gain isn't really the result of the side effect, but what you are actually eating. IF you aren't eating a healthy balanced diet, with lots of fresh fruit and veges (particularly greens) you may find that your mental health suffers for it - as well as your physical health. A lot of people who are depressed don't eat a healthy diet!

That aside, I would strongly recommend that you do reschedule your appointment. Sometimes we just need to persevere that little bit more before we start of the road to a good recovery. As Nancy suggested, IF you have another family Dr I would suggest making an appointment there as well.

MEECHIE - if you aren't gelling too well with your therapist, I would think about getting a referral to another one. Sometimes we need to try a few before the right one FOR US comes along. There is no shame in that - there are a lot of different personalities out there and it is a case of finding one that suits us best.

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Meechie - Let your physician know how you are feeling. You may benefit from meds, or an adjustment to the meds. If your therapist isn't able to meet your needs, ask your dr for a referral to a new one. Therapists are not a 'one size fits all'. I have successfully searched until I found one who is intuitive and responsive to my personal needs.

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Sorry I've been gone a few days and can't respond individually. I went away for a break, It helps me to do that when I start to fail. I usually go to my parents and sis's house which does me alot of good and to get away from my husband. I feel good now after my break so thats good. I just want to thank everyone for being here and sharing all you do. Together we can do it!! My cat was swearing at me when I got home though but she got over it.
For those of you doing poorly remember it does get better but to never give up. Try to talk as much as you can on here and we will support you. have a good night Linda

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MEECHIE Are you recieving medical treatment for your depression as well as counseling?
While I believe in prayer, I also think that God has given us doctors and medications to help us cope with depression.
WW Not all antidepressants will make you gain weight. How long have you been taking meds? How many different ones have you tried? Unfortunately, most people with depression have to try several meds before they find the one that is right for them. However, once you do find the one that gives you relief, the difference can be wonderful.
Please don't give up on meds just yet. I can honestly say that antidepressants have saved my life, and I feel so much better today then I ever could have without them.
Once your depression is under control, you will be in a much better position to deal with your weight. You have done it before, so I know that you can do it again!
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NICOLEET- Yes I have had depression pile up until a lot of things in my reach seem so far away....it seems like the story of my life unfortunately. Something I probably need to work through in counseling before I lose even more than I have currently. I need to pray about this as well....hmmm...I just don't know what is up with me. Is my self-esteem that bad? Am I that screwed up? I just don't know.

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You are in my prayers. It hurts, I know. I can't even imagine losing my fiance. Right now I am going through a tough time and I don't know what to do besides pray. I'm so use to praying for other people and not myself that I am finding it incredibly hard!

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Vicki-I know! I have waited entirely too long to go and get some professional help. I am a little stubborn and I think I can do things on my own. ANYWAYS, I just saw my counselor yesterday and she really didn't help. I don't know what to do about that. I felt like nothing was accomplished at all...blah!

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WW sorry things are feeling so dreadful right now I am always bolstered by a good friend who always reminded me that "this is always time limited"

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Good to see you again WW! Sorry it is under such circumstances. Please know that this is a safe place filled with support and encouragement. We can help you move from the place you are at if you'll post and work with us. Today, try to do 3 small things for you. Wash your face, comb your hair, get dressed. That's enough for now. The point is to force a move, no matter how small.

I firmly agree with Nancy's recommendations. Mental and medical issues are taken care of by different drs. All of your issues need attention and you can make it happen. Don't assume you will be given meds you don't want...the dr knows how to adjust or change or combine to make you feel better mentally. This is no different than getting a broken arm cared for...your spirit is broken and definitely needs help.

Let us know how you are doing and what. We are here for you. You matter. I care. Please come back soon!

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Hi, WW!I know well about days that I don't want to get out of my bed!!I feel tired and disappointed of everything!!Sometimes I feel angry, too.
I don't know how this could get any better, but I know I lost a few friends and some years of my career, because I couldn't just put my clothes and go outside!!
The good thing is that in SP, when I write in Boards or in my Blog and journal I kind of feel better. It is like you talk to a good friend!!
For me it helps talking about my problems, though sometimes I can't find anyone to listen to me. They try to persuate me that everything is in my imagination, but I know it is not.
Here in SP I know that there are people, who know exactly how I feel and can understand me. So, if you want my advice don't get up of your bed today. Just take your computer (if it is a laptop) and begin writing!!At least, you will feel that you are between friends!
My thoughts are with you!!Hope you get better, because when the happy days come, they are so damn good!!!
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WARRIORWOMEN - I am sorry you are having some down days. I would suggest 2 things I think you should do today - first, call and reschedule your appt. with your doctor or better yet if it isn't to late - see if you can keep the appointment. You may just need a medication adjustment or even a chanbge in meds. You won't know unless you tell your doctor what you said here.

second - I would call your family medical doctor to discuss the medical symptoms you have described. Your medical doctor deals with the medical issues and your psychiatrist/psychologist deals with the emotional symptoms. Both of which need addressing.

Since, you haven't posted in awhile I don't know what else is going on in your life. Stopping this downward spiral will help - have you written poetry lately, maybe just blog or write in a journel. Make plans to do something you enjoy doing either with your daughter or with a friend. Can you get out and take a walk? Write a gratitude list?

I would say we all sometimes have down days, but it sounds like you have been down for awhile now. I am glad you shared. Have you set some goals regarding your heealthy lifestyle or increasing self esteem? We will help you get going on the right path.

Let us know what more we can do and keep us posted. We do care and you do not have to go this journey alone.

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Hi all. I havne't posted in ages but I'm just feeling the sadness today. I don't know where it comes from. I'm on medicine and seeing a doctor but it just won't go away. I'm about to just live with it instead of being a guinea pig to pills that seem to make me gain more weight and feel bad about myself. To make it worse my doctor *free clinic* won't discuss other things with me. Heart palpitations,shooting pains from the right side of my abdomen she only and ONLY wants to talk about my depression and I cancelled an appt. i had today just because I was too depressed to get up,put on clothes and makeup to go see her. Today is just such a blue day. I wish it would get better. WW.

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Linda, as someone who has literally made thousands of cakes, I would have to say that mixing concrete is MORE that a little harder than mixing a cake! Mind you, my hubby used to get peeved with me because my arms WERE actually bigger than his - and mine were never fat! It was because I insisted on mixing all the cakes etc. at work by hand - it firmly believe it gives a nicer texture. And when you factor in I would bulk bake and do a number of cakes in the same mix, it gave my arms (particularly my right arm) an extremely good workout. This was reflected in the tape measure - and my right arm WAS quite a bit bigger than my left :-)

Kim - welcome to our team. It sounds like you have a lot going on in your life at the moment, and it is quite stressful. I am sorry to hear about your father. That is really tough. You are the same age now as I was when I found a lump in my breast. It turned out to be a fluid-filled cyst and went of it's own accord. A few years later another lump was removed and that was a benign, harmless one which is also very common in that age-group. I will be thinking of you - don't forget to let us know the results. It sounds to me like whether you have officially been diagnosed with depression or not, you could certainly do with some therapy to help you cope. Perhaps you could discuss this with your Dr when you next go, and he/she should be able to make a referral for you. Also, we are here to help support you - you will find that we are a very caring, friendly bunch and this thread is one of the best!

ANGEL7912 - I am sorry to hear of the loss of your fiance! That would be very hard. Perhaps you would find it beneficial to see a therapist to help you with coping with your fiance's death, and the other situations. It sounds like you have a good outlook overall, but sometimes we just need that little bit extra. Don't forget to check in here occasionally, either. You will find heaps of support and friendship.

Michelle - I am sooo glad that you actually VOICED your feelings and in a way that got his attention! If need be, remember to do it again!-)

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Hello everyone, just thought I would drop in again to say hello. Thanks so much for being here for me! It really helped alot to come in here and type out my feelings. :) Doing better today although still not great my mood has improved alot since my post. :)

Stormfan: Thanks it's great to have people who understand and to talk to. :)

Lindabear: You are a dear friend thank you and you're right I really need to express myself more instead of keeping it all inside I've done a bit of this lately and although I still feel guilty for the most part it's gone well. Hubby has really helped out doing some housework and things so I can just relax and yep a good book alwyas helps me I'm a definite bookworm. :) A bit of extra talking in group sounds nice it's good to get a little more time. I hope your son's new medicine helps him. Hope you are doing well :)

Kris: Thanks so much it feels good to be understood. I actually raised my voice and told hubby that for once I wanted to be the center of attention. LOL His face was priceless and he hushed and listened to me for a bit which was nice. LOL And yep I do need to do more for me I'm so bad for forgetting myself and I know if I could just remember to give myself some "Me time" my stress would lessen.

Vicki: Hello and thanks I agree and I think I will start taking "Mental health days" LOL that's a good title for them and honestly I know it would help me alot. :)

PeDodgeball: hope you are having a better day. I know sometimes the weather can really affect my mood. Big big hugs to you!

Kim: Welcome to the group. Sounds like you are dealing with alot and nope doesn't sound like you are overreacting at all. It's good that you do have your husband and daughter for support and anytime you want to talk we are here to listen. I hope the tests you and your father are going through all come back good. Big hugs to you!

Angel7912: Big hugs to you hon that is alot to deal with. It's good that you are reaching out. This is a great place to vent or just talk and get support. Look forward to chatting with you soon!

Have a nice rest of the day everyone! Chat with you all soon.

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Hi Angel! Glad you came to us for help today. The reality of your life over the past year is certainly cause for depression. Are you seeing a dr or therapist about this? If not, contact your dr and let him/her know what is happening with you. There are meds that help adjust the chemistry to give us a better sense of well being and 'cope ability'. The dr can also refer you to a therapist to visit the issues and find your way beyond the loss and the weight gain.

Use the tools at your finger tips. Post here often so we can support and encourage you. There are some tough days coming in the not too distant future. Track your foods on the Nutrition Tracker to help with your weight loss so you feel a bit of success and accomplishment when it starts to show. Add exercise of some sort to get moving; this will increase endorphins in the brain and act as the mood enhancers they are.

My heart goes out to you. Do come back soon. You matter. I care.

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UGH!!!!! Depression fills more of my days then not over the past few months. I lost my fiance last June suddenly and the first year without him has been a struggle to say the least. I'm trying real hard to take care of myself and everytime I see progress and feel motivated I fall back into my "funk". Aside from his death I've had other situations to deal with that have not made matters any easier. I gained a ton of weight over the past year and really feel uncomfortable and lousy about myself. Although I am very grateful for what I do have and always seem to find the positive in situations I'm just not feeling it today. emoticon

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Hi Kim! I took a look see at your Spark Page. Looks like maybe getting active on this team is a really good thing for you.

You have a lot going on right now. Men, through n9o fault of their own, rarely are intuitive enough to actually 'feel our pain'. Its good to know however that you have him and your daughter for general support on a day to day basis. Your dad's condition is a valid thing to be concerned about. Fear about your own current issues is also to be expected.

This is a Team of caring and compassionate people with a sincere interest in each other. Support and encouragement are shared daily. Posting frequently lets us be a part of your support team in a safe and protected environment.

You may benefit from asking your primary dr for a referral to a therapist to help work through the things that are bringing you down. We really don't have to struggle alone in this day and time.

Come back soon and post often. You matter and we truly want to help. Also note that posting often assures more success in dealing with issues. Helping others is also an added benefit that helps us to feel better.

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Kim!Welcome to the team!!You are not overreacting of course!!!The really good thing is that you have your daughter and your husband, so you are not alone!!I am so sorry about your father. My best friend's father had health problems and I know from a close point of view these situations!!Also, my best thoughts are for your health tests!!I hope everything is gonna be just fine!!
You know here you can talk about everything and get really important and helpful advice!!I couldn't talk for my problems to anyone either, but here I feel free and safe to do it!!You need to talk constantly about things that you feel, because in this way you can confront and solve them. You can deal with them!Plus here you know that you are going to be heard with great support!!
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I'm new to this team but not the site. I don't know if I qualify as depressed though my mom thinks I am and have been for awhile.

It's been a tough month or so. I found out that they are not that happy at work with the job I am doing and am kind of on an unofficial probation period. Also they just recently found a mass on my father's lung with possible metastes to the liver and fluid in the lung. Friday they drained 2 qts of fluid and sent it for testing and this Friday is the biopsy for the mass on the lung. I jsut recently came back from the doctor and am now currently going through testing to make sure that the problem I began to suffer from on Sat night is not breast cancer. The dr examined me today and doesn't think there is anything to worry about and did not feel anything and gave me an antiinflammatory. I have a mammogram scheduled for tomorrow and blood work. Should know for sure next week.

I just feel really lost. I'm 37 (which just turning that isn't helping my mood either) and I feel like I should be somewhere more substantial or prominent in my life. I love my daughter to death and she is my rock and has gotten me through a lot just by existing. I just feel lost and it's hard to talk to my husband even though he isn't a horrible person as he has been blessed in most of his life as he has never had to deal with extremely sick parents, he doesn't seem to ever get down on himself and he's one of those types that he can do just about anything that he tries. I really don't know. I may be just overreacting.

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